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National Institute of Justice Continuation Awards

Award Information

Award #
2001-LT-BX-K011
Location
Congressional District
Status
Closed
Funding First Awarded
2001
Total funding (to date)
$1,311,276

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2001, $248,931)

PROJECT SUMMARY 2001-LT-BX-K011

The Center for Technology Commercialization, Inc. (CTC) will continue to provide support for the AGILE program at NIJ/OST with regard: to the planning, logistical support and management of quarterly program reviews, design and compiling and disseminating AGILE monthly reports, and other tasking as required by AGILE Program Manager. CTC staff will also develop the site structure and maintenance of the AGILE website, to include user-friendly navigation and dynamic content; design sample graphics to be used within the website, develop page content of the site to include: What is AGILE? What's New, Programs, Reports and Publications, Research, Development, Testing and Evaluation, Standards, Outreach, Events, Calendar, Grants and Funding, National Task Force on Interoperability, Glossary and Other Resources. CTC's support will also include gathering associated files, create a back up and send copies of website files to NLECTC- Rockville via email/FTP/disc, to be uploaded on to Aspen Systems server for the AGILE website.

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The Center For Technology Commercialization (CTC) will provide logistical support and assist as specified in program management for the Electronic Crime Program. CTC will closely coordinate its efforts with Martin Novak, Program Manager, National Institute of Justice, among others in the Electronic Crime Program. Martin Novak will serve as CTC's primary point of contact regarding program review logistics, site selection, budget preparation and execution, and contractual issues. nca/ncf

The Center For Technology Commercialization (CTC) will provide logistical support and assist as specified in program management for the Electronic Crime Program. CTC will closely coordinate its efforts with Martin Novak, Program Manager, National Institute of Justice, among others in the Electronic Crime Program. Martin Novak will serve as CTC's primary point of contact regarding program review logistics, site selection, budget preparation and execution, and contractual issues. nca/ncf

The Center for Technology Commercialization, Inc. (CTC) will continue to provide support for the AGILE program at NIJ/OST with regard: to the planning, logistical support and management of quarterly program reviews, design and compiling and disseminating AGILE monthly reports, and other tasking as required by AGILE Program Manager. CTC staff will also develop the site structure and maintenance of the AGILE website, to include user-friendly navigation and dynamic content; design sample graphics to be used within the website, develop page content of the site to include: What is AGILE? What's New, Programs, Reports and Publications, Research, Development, Testing and Evaluation, Standards, Outreach, Events, Calendar, Grants and Funding, National Task Force on Interoperability, Glossary and Other Resources. CTC's support will also include gathering associated files, create a back up and send copies of website files to NLECTC- Rockville via email/FTP/disc, to be uploaded on to Aspen Systems server for the AGILE website.

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The Center for Technology Commercialization, Inc (CTC) will continue to provide support for the CommTech program at NIJ/OST with regard: to the planning, logistical support and management of quarterly reports, and other tasking as required by CommTech Program Manager. CTC staff will also develop the site structure and maintenance of the CommTech website, to include user-friendly navigation and dynamic content; design sample graphics to be used within the website, develop page content of the site to include; What is CommTech? What's New, Programs, Reports and Publications, Research, Development, Testing and Evaluation, Standards, Outreach, Events, Calendar, Grants and Funding, National Task Force on Interoperability, Glossary and Other Resources. CTC's support will also include gathering associated files, create a backup and send copies of website files to NLECTC- Rockville via email/FTP/disc, to be uploaded on to Aspen Systems server for the CommTech website.
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The Center For Technology Commercialization (CTC) will provide logistical support and assist as specified in program management for the Electronic Crime Program. CTC will closely coordinate its efforts with Martin Novak, Program Manager, National Institute of Justice, among others in the Electronic Crime Program. Martin Novak will serve as CTC's primary point of contact regarding program review logistics, site selection, budget preparation and execution, and contractual issues. nca/ncf

The investigators will provide planning and management support for the Department of Justice/Department of Homeland Security "Technologies for Public Safety in Critical Incident Response Conference and Exposition," San Diego, California, October 31-Nov. 2, 2005.

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Date Created: September 29, 2001